Beta decays and muon capture as probes of ββ matrix elements*)


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Abstract

Detection of the neutrinoless double-beta decay is essential in probing physics beyond the standard model of electroweak and strong interactions. At the moment there is a considerable uncertainty associated with the calculation of the involved nuclear matrix elements. This uncertainty can be diminished by suitably chosen nuclear probes, like beta decays and nuclear muon capture. The related experiments are urgently called for.

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